During his visit to Lviv, Polish President Andrzej Duda promised to continue to support Ukraine and provide weapons for the Armed Forces. 

He said this during a joint briefing with the presidents of Ukraine and Lithuania on January 11, which was broadcast on Polish television. 

"I want to thank both presidents for another meeting in the form of the Lublin triangle, which is becoming our tradition, and I thank President Zelensky from the bottom of my heart for the invitation," said President Andrzej Duda. 

He added that the three of the presidents will meet again, as was the case in December 2021 in Guta in the Carpathian region. 

"It was Poland that was the first country to provide large-scale aid to Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression. 

We support Ukraine politically and will continue to provide Ukraine with weapons, also within the framework of the significantly accelerated modernization of the Polish army," said the President of Poland.

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